Krakow offers a good choice of art and craftwork as well as souvenirs. Once the criss-cross point of trade routes, this atmosphere continues today. The city was well known throughout the whole of Europe for its trade in salt, wood, amber and grain. However, if this is not quite what you are looking for, you may also find many shops selling a wide selection of crystal, silver and amber.
International newspapers can be found in newsagents in hotels in the Old Town (Forum, Grand, Cracovia), at the Main Station and in the large boosk shop EMPIK located on the Main Square.
Antyki - ul. Sławkowska 9
Antyki - Jewellery - Rynek Główny 43
Academic second-hand books - ul. Floriańska 15/1
Arsenal - Floriańska 20
Antyki Art Deco - Pl. Dominikanski 4
Kosek - ul. ¦w. Jana 2
Salon No.7 - ul. Stolarska 17
Desa - ul. Grodzka 8
Stary Sklep - ul. Starowi¶lna 10
Uta Kalinowska - ul. Gołebia 3
Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) - Cracow's oldest trading place, large choice of souvenirs.
Cepelia, ul. Bracka
Cracovia Souvenir Shop - Al. Focha 1
Galerie Meble - ul. ¦w. Tomasza 9
Galeria Sztuki Ludowej - Rynek Główny 17
Crystal, Silver, Amber
Witek's - ul. Stolarska 5
Sukiennice/Cloth hall/ - Rynek Główny
Polskie Szkło - ul. Grodzka 36
Calik - Rynek Główny 7
Jubiler - ul. Sienna 12
.....but also - why not...
Music Corner - music shop, ul. Sw. Jana 18
Arkos - religious articles, Maly Rynek 9
Swiece Artystyczne - candles, candles and once again candles - ul. Karmelicka 7
For anglers.... ul. Karmelicka 15
Hunting equipment - ul. Limanowskiego 13
Underwear - Rynek Glówny 5
Fruit and Veg
There is a large fruit and veg market "Nowy Kleparz" in the centre of Krakow, at the end of Długa (continuing from Sławkowska).
There are no rules to the opening times of shops in Poland, however, generally they are open from 9.00 to 19.00. There are also many 24-hour shops selling food